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Downed lines close Hwy. 400

BRADFORD-WEST GWILLIMBURY – Low-hanging hydro lines completely closed Highway 400 in both directions for about three hours Wednesday night.

Downtown Barrie building owner Garry McCluskey does some minor maintenance to the decorated trim work outside the Gallery 111 on Dunlop Street. Built in 1875, the building still holds a lot of its original character, something McCluskey tries to preserve. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Preserving history

Downtown Barrie building owner Garry McCluskey does some minor maintenance to the decorated trim work outside the Gallery 111 on Dunlop Street.

Nadeah, a three-week-old Siberian (Amur) tiger, takes a little stroll under the watchful eyes of Bear Creek Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary volunteers Nicole Engel, left, and Courtney Giuliani on Wednesday. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Tiger fundraiser

Nadeah, a three-week-old Siberian (Amur) tiger, and her counterpart, Zarya, will be part of a fundraiser at the Bear Creek Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary.

MacLaren Art Centre education officer Christina Mancuso admires a contemporary work from Canadian artist Lyn Carter entitled Bouquet, part of an exhibit shared with James Carl now on display in the Janice Laking Gallery at the Maclaren Art Centre in downtown Barrie. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

'Bouquet' on display

Contemporary work from Canadian artist Lyn Carter entitled Bouquet is now on display in the Janice Laking Gallery at the MacLaren Art Centre.

From left are Lois Kalchman of Toronto, Virginia Edmonds of Tatamagouche, N., and Bev Woods-Percival from Tiny Township. The trio was recently honoured with the Dr. Tom Pashby Sports Safety Award. SUBMITTED

Trio wins coveted award

Tiny Township's Bev Woods-Percival was among a group of people who recently received the Dr. Tom Pashby Sports Safety Award.

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